Glenn Dorsey RUMORS & NEWS

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    Mike Garafolo @MikeGarafolo

    49ers put LB NaVorro Bowman and DL Glenn Dorsey on IR.

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    Matt Maiocco @MaioccoCSN

    The #49ers signed NT Glenn Dorsey to a two-year contract extension, club announces.

  • 49ers evaluating whether Dorsey can return this season

    CSN Bay Area "Nose tackle Glenn Dorsey underwent surgery on Monday to repair a torn biceps, but the 49ers have not yet made a determination on his timetable for return, a source told The 49ers continue to carry Dorsey on their 90-man roster. The 49ers are expected to keep Dorsey on the roster..." August 07

  • Glenn Dorsey exits with hamstring injury

    CSN Bay Area "Nose tackle Glenn Dorsey who has played well since entering the 49ers’ starting lineup sustained hamstring injury in the first quarter Sunday. Dorsey grabbed his right hamstring upon falling to the ground while pursuing Arizona Cardinals running back Andre Ellington on a 5-yard gain." October 14

  • 49ers lineman Glenn Dorsey earns high praise as a quick study

    Sacramento Bee "At various times in the conversation Jim Tomsula used "unbelievable" "terrific" and "exciting" to describe new 49ers nose tackle Glenn Dorsey. "Just doing a wonderful job" said Tomsula the 49ers' defensive-line coach. "Works at it and picks it up quick. I couldn't say enough good things about..." August 16

  • Glenn Dorsey is gone: 49ers agree to deal with former Chiefs DT

    Arrowhead Pride "Good thing the Kansas City Chiefs signed free agent defensive lineman Mike DeVito. Because Glenn Dorsey is gone! Surprising. I knew it was coming but I'm still surprised. Dorsey had been with the Chiefs for five seasons after KC took him with the fifth overall pick in the 2008 NFL Draft. He was..." March 13

  • Chiefs making progress on new deal for Glenn Dorsey "The Kansas City Chiefs are still working hard to retain their own players and are making progress on a new deal for defensive lineman Glenn Dorsey, according to league sources. Dorsey is one of several talented high picks who had yet to reach their potential under the prior regime in Kansas..." March 11